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Jupiter is a code review plug-in tool for the Eclipse IDE. It is currently under active development, and still in an experimental state.

Jupiter

     

Jupiter is a code review plug-in tool for the Eclipse IDE. It is currently under active development, and still in an experimental state. The design of Jupiter involves the following:

  • Open Source: Jupiter follows the CPL License.
  • Free: Jupiter is distributed free of charge.
  • IDE integration: Jupiter is based upon the Eclipse plug-in architecture.
  • Cross-platform: Jupiter is available for all platforms supported by Eclipse.
  • XML data storage - Jupiter stores data in XML format to simplify use and re-use.
  • Sorting and searching: Jupiter provides filters and sorting to facilitate issue review.
  • File integration: Jupiter supports jumping back and forth between reviews and source code.

Download Information

To download Jupiter plug-in for Eclipse, you can either use Eclipse Update Manager to download into Eclipse directly or download the zipped pacakge and upzipped it into Eclipse plugins directory manually. It is recommended to use the Eclipse Update Manager's way. Once you have mastered the Eclipse Update Manage mechanism, you can manage Jupiter plug-in effectively such as Jupiter's update. For more detail in the Jupiter installation, see User's Guide.

IMPORTANT:
 

1 .
You MUST need a 1.4 or above level Java runtime or Java development kit (JDK) installed on your machine in order to run Jupiter.
2. Jupiter version 1 stream users should remove the previous version first (both in the features and plugins directory), then install the version 2.
3. Version 2 supports Eclispe 3.x stream only.
4. Version 3 supports Eclispe 3.0 and 3.1. It is OSGI bundle compatible in Eclipse 3.1

Click here to download: http://csdl.ics.hawaii.edu/Tools/Jupiter/

     

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Posted on: March 10, 2008

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